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My touchpad stopped working. I can use a wirless mouse but it's hard not using my laptop touchpad.

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You Mouse Need A Driver To Work Correctly =)

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The touchpad of any laptop is always subject to heavy use.
Most touchpads are designed for their durability to sustain the daily wear and tear for the lifespan of the laptop.
However, there may be instances or accidents that cause the touchpads to malfunction or stop working entirely.
There are ways to troubleshoot such problems and there are also remedies to salvage the touchpad's functionality without heavy repair or replacement cost.

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make sure the mouse is not disabled.

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